Monday, December 17th, 2012

Nursery17 Dec 2012 10:37 am

This particular African Antelope happens to be the same Lesser Kudu of another recent posting on this here cactus bloggy.

Lesser Kudu in the Garden with Aeonium “Green Star”.

Plants17 Dec 2012 08:25 am

Ledebouria socialisis in bloom.

Ledebouria socialis – Silver Squill

Native to South Africa
Evergreen Perennial Bulb

Sun: Sun/Shade
Water: Low
Size: 6″

Spotted leaves, produces many bulbs. Small lavender/white flowers on 1ft. tall bloom stalks. Spreads quickly. Hardy to 25F.

We find these to be pretty easy to grow in the Bay Area. In the ground OR in pots – either way! Your choice! You choose!

So, tell me, what did you choose?

As these are such small flowers, they are hard to photograph with my cell phone, so this is the result – a bit blurry, but pretty good color.